Category Archives: Psychology

Chapter 19; True Lies

CHAPTER 19 – Relationships (last chapter in True Lies)   “Failure to recognise each other’s separate existence is the major source of conflict between partners” – Harville Hendrix Introduction Throughout all of my studies of human behaviour, the subject that I discovered I was … Continue reading

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What is Botox and How It Relates to the Face

Botulinum toxin is a protein and neurotoxin produced by the bacterium called Clostridium botulinum. Botulinum toxin can cause botulism, a serious and life-threatening illness in humans and animals. Popularly known by one of its trade names – Botox – it is used for various cosmetic and medical procedures. … Continue reading

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What Kind of Smart Are You?

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The Shaky Evolution of Mental Health Therapies

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Reselling or Bulk Purchasing of True Lies

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Lie to Me S1E04, Love Always

Dr Paul Ekman’s critique of “Lie to Me”, Season 1, Episode 4; “Love Always” “Love Always” – Warnings What Lightman shows is what I first saw in news footage of Hinckley’s face ten seconds before he shot former President Reagan. … Continue reading

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Lie to Me S1E03, A Perfect Score

Dr Paul Ekman’s critique of “Lie to Me”, Season 1, Episode 3; “A Perfect Score” “A Perfect Score” – Comforting Gestures Self-comforting gestures reassure an ill at ease person. Other reasons why a person might be uncomfortable would have to … Continue reading

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